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Thursday, October 22, 2009

CRAFTivities- Spider Web

This Craft is very simple and adaptable to older and younger children.
My Son is 2 years 10 months

  • Yarn (we used Orange and Black)
  • Paper Plate
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Spider Ring

  • Gather Tools
  • Cut Yarn
  • Glue all over the paper (For older kids have them create a patter with the glue then follow it with the yarn)
  • Apply the yarn. Depending on the age you can make this more or less difficult. 
  • Cut the spider off the ring 
  • Glue down anywhere on the "web"
  • Trim edges
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maryanne said...

Fun - and love the wide age range adaptability of this activity.

Christy said...

Very cool craft! I'll have to try this one!

Ticia said...

Our library had a craft they did one time that was a yarn and paper plate craft. They cut lots of slits all around the plate and then you would wrap the yarn around and around putting it through the slits.

Susana said...

So simple, but so fun and turned out cute!

He did a great job:-)!

Sera said...

Check you, OUT, girl - what a fun project! Do you come up with this stuff on your own? I love it. And your son is just too cute.

Bobbi said...

What a fun, easy craft! I'll have to do that with my niece and nephew.

Raising a Happy Child said...

Awesome - I like it how you adapted it for different ages. It also looks very pretty.

Preschool Playbook said...

These turned out really cute and I bet they had lots of fun with that glue!

adailyscoopofchaos said...

I love this one~ totally think it will be done by us this weekend! Thanks for the activity idea :)

mommytoalot said...

Oh that is so neat!
Umm can your son be any cuter!! Adorable

Adriana said...

Love this one! I love crafts that BOTH of my boys can do!

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